From water sports, playgrounds, winter sports and more, the Christie Lake Conservation Area is a major green space in Hamilton, ideal for families looking to spend a day out enjoying the gorgeous weather. Moreover, the conservation area also offers equestrian sports as well as disc golf, making it a one of a kind destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Panoramic views and a scenic locale make Spencer Gorge/Webster's Fall Conservation Area the awe-inspiring destination that it is. The natural bounty beckons to tourists from all over, dazzling with its waterfalls and entertaining with its hiking opportunities. Tour the lush landscape to discover the wonders of Dundas Peak, Tew Falls, or either of the titular locations.
Shade's Mills Park (GRCA) is a well-preserved stretch of hardwood forests with winding trails, a lake fit for canoeing, boating and fishing and a cross-country trail for snowshoeing and skiing in the winter months. You can book the picnic grounds for a huge family picnic or an outing from your workplace. You can even come alone and spend hours hiking, biking or fishing for pike, bass and yellow perch or ice-fishing in the winter. The park also has facilities for disc golf and volleyball.
Since its inception in 1970, Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School is one of Hamilton's most recognized institutions. The school provides a curriculum than spans various faculties and also gives students the opportunity to further discover their interests with extra curricular and sports activities. For more information on the school and its activities, call ahead or check out their website.